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   Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - February 3, 1854, Dover, Delaware                               -r i' i i' Pi '4 STA VOLUME 2. THK DELAWARE STATE KEEOBXER D0VEI5, Sdtftcd GEOKGE TT. S. X____ Stale fairer spicy ajr bathes bis nostrils. rOK LUKES, Tthelstof wuc. ing in bnt nefcwowierea aw r. won way inta aelueved for itself a local habitation and a and. it I There is a Oaaf for which we years To wfeieh aB uuaioodVthongntB arc prone; We strive ferenar tfli wt fare ii all OBT own. thou to Ami fctest Es Be isrno !t enjoys. ucr po. capital of the State; sad wefrftsnrc that if one were started -here, it would, from its central of its .'fflsiBWBKBi' ome i of eijswaseS Ifee ojaasoo papcis in. none equal; and, if judiciously and trUa enterprise conducted, it troald'necessarily become This iariteiJiai -.-.------i no end we'd see; Eve-fiicever oil alone- the closest i tfert TTheait fell to onr lot, br solicitatica, ready eBcemaSSieeat and tempt a trial of the we did so; aad the opinions-ve then entcrtainfid have become a Jitst fact, Snecfisyhos beeu'the reward of all our Ibe 'EEPOMEa- is not anil beret win be fheMnbffilh-piece. or organ of any fcKqae, or frisson" of eithsr'or any Party. It is feirlassJad the DItlifal adrecste of the principles contained in fee PE.3TFOKS OF 1850, And on all 5Tii6nil naestions it staads boiUy. and TzndeTiafinjgy on the Baltimore of the aairrojEitDEMGCRSCT of isss-. For its chief am it has the and fife aaia derated And aB embrace it mfcat is tfife-taw mrfaen'K dream I- "lie lady Idaronjueesiiot in her tnind.'but is content said the maid- en, proudly. ...j. by! tbe inass! does the mistress of VcMravpalnce.refbr'td :the present; ackttow- wnorb her soul .doits on is before har; or has, the. joyous scene orlis; drink; said the knight, bis plnined w< thy'-niPanfeffleS Sir Cotint, z. -as' thcy I of an artist, or portraiture of a poet.-, '.covfercd'; "frith innutnerable; I'rnhiiglcd'iri confused inass, fi------0 ___.; t. and .the valleys, rich ,in fragrance, and delicious j-ers of :the nobles. i-'iThe lanees'lootned np like a the.ntoun'tain top, -'antrtne1 i like eastern magi IDE Jf P.OGKES8 Of toil may gain that they najiy yui. i.iijuj viiv i i is not only-thcdesire, but the eajjectation of those' rniirtls" that ,nttr' now wsnt .on liberating the toiler from'the shackles.thatl.ind settinghim lice to walk-boWIf the broad canopy of man We might Lava, j f ,_. i prosenfe class will reach the position wehavelnonupned, bnt they of tliat being _ i distance-ot itne mp tan be forsarded to asjy addres. icfgi His inviSsffioa be 1 Ttmu Sesswjffl Sep- FeSbRsarv to SSJtfe of JEBB- JdljF 32od AjBgrOSl.' kesventr xadianee from alar.. (Drigtttttl Sfe ct c mOBUS AITD THE PAGE. lest thon thus: But! see the shadows" lerigthen, and the damp of stilly night warns me, if.regarpol pi! thee., to bid thee i hasten to thy j .'jAnd why iSthe Count Gazzaona of i me? Dost not know when my star was i cendanl, and when roTkd.as'Qneen thatias victor T crowned "t''- bnt in their phalanx, 1 spnr-ofiVenpra. mingled :Wjth..the _j.m. j The cry of a'Gazziona; an a Monaco, larecontmually becoming, loftier and.-tnore resnonded to Leeovia, Alicantand tlie i.' T" G'A i STPH 9t all reechoed, the shout of death to i .jj r Fruits from every known land under the: la its SEWS bs batend aav the ptfj Five mails aaS tonr 3o not afford In time, is Eilly obtained by means of-the a. snnuftarr theTOREIGX SETTS in-bar uaacs next after the arrival of everv b Pojusrig IstKuueKgcE rccaved lir-naSl'xzA the Uinoiu Asaaent aaad Sofieam -550 OB i fiajjntb beacon, the slowly The rosy twilight clouds f i -bis ,UU6ci the of tinkling heavens graced the banquet table of j 15fe. -f he beast may theladylda. Exotics from classic a GarchSsia'ssofl, sbjfteuett the incllp.w She.rich plumage of lady this day, at-a -future pmodj: wed.-.-ft? -were wotfldarovc alone hi maii lias SlaUIv ,uut iiiau uao ach; ing body; be feels that, while food Js; found for the 'physical appetite; mental sustenance mrist also be furnished tontine large feefev'the working SftM feds; lu A tip the zenith to gain ealdi another look of the in. ertte the breeze of the soil tl from aH parts-of a? State is one otthe most Talnable and interesang features of onr paper.; aad ataated as immediately in tne centre of the State, the eotresjpbadence and-fee eom- tisiiss, xaoaieations of RfisosTEt xria be fiteod to be more -oicniaions tfaia any other Delaware ertbrone, isade firaaa y vitt receJTe carefal acd prompt attention every j issae, when a'fan aad reliable report will be A Czfeiogaa- a MJ j- Bomance and PoeSeal dijpaataiEatscoinjiriseorighial contribntMnasapd selecdon? fiom the besfpaiodKals magszinss aiid in conntry, to in all selections." -The citizens of Delaware xronH do well to teep in view the fast, that ia tiis -fSAAC EEED SOS'S GOlJ) A TfeeseFgasgepdan fceycad 0vn We ifln LEGISLATCEBS and afl PtJBLIC XEETDiGS of: STATE Dff OSTAXGE are accostomsd to ssseaibte. sad being on tic spot. the Iteie. at a disSazice, to- sad Peas that 5e CSeoJKrf Pajrtr fa Sfaffe. abSshed every Tuesday and Friday ibr Bsnm'of ___ TWO J TE.JB. Oar sctgenbeis impSeaij rely OB orr constant endeavors fo enbaace the valee of onr ja accordance trith onr desire-to msfee it at aU times a walcoaie visitor to the FAC3EE. Ihe rojjncxvs. the aad air was redolent with perfume, _______-y md with: an; ecstacy of bfended with, heavenly bliss. The jslosiS Sam of Genoa's gulf lighted her tbe snnEgnfs.gEmnier. and the dassfi, fefty and heavy cf shoiie in a halo of FgTtK The Tnpnigl relaxed- from his inspiration from the hallowed gKb, UK rippEng stream TthHEi sparkled be- sde fork forest, fiofieked in mirth, dandled tibe pibKes wnidt famed its bed, or toyed wfejifhetarfwMefa Mnssmned atong its mar- s- h, rf Hsmiltrm, court ere I to battle. But 1 see that fmmcdiatcly afler eating, can we wonder OS years old. still hpr- in an 1 have a rival for thy hand. 1 must away." J that disoisod teeth are so common, and that degree. Mid -convcrseg w "Slav qrKniebt- swear to me trot Re-i their early loss is so frequently brilliancy. She always inasls u on viators berto.kn'owca.U.fetsot until jncrbatac." taking _v i Ebraclwdv LaslaaoghtonlAOoIkclion of f the I acetic aad, which is not vntboat words. In to vnrtlv condiment in the fiam of render the thing we would >uruy i generated by the decay ind. _ (-propose fliat the "song wlihout words shoald be i pofbrmers withont voices. "I said GatzJona, as he bowed his. form before htx and, crossing bis bretst, be: strode frotn her prcst-nce: My said the page, us he knelt at her I die for spoken." The knight gave Ins Tbon fare-rt so, hut thtckrad gsthtrcd. twl iht- perVhrd on the rlitnTrOnd T.ilt. Ere tbe welt tVifir tlic Knight cf Verona tcrrv from pencil-bow I. which is choicely chcrisbed. A piece of wood tiuraa. because it has the i first iaS-tanec r-f matter of horning within it- A man cmmes to Xcw Kn0znd occurred in be because he has the Trurttcr forftmc Marc Johnson was exernred Htrt- To seek for. or hunt fame. t fe the rear 1647. .Witches were is a Tain endeavor. Br elevtr mt-Mgonent. and various vunrial moms, a man nray suc- ceed jn creating fa "himself a son of Btit if he rnvrard .his man- agement conits to will scarce .v cutlivt the dav. HuUri >-e vrissy. In (rack the marks of Gasstt.n.1'? lord, and hie to TTC.'' Aye the cir snaH "hear lits and rr.ind rt-Uin his tLc flartpd frcrni Ida's pres rcc- I And it taay said the fcity branty, as j her dark rj-e flsabcd the deep pasaoti of I h-r hesTt, tha.i Bobwlfl, tfic knighl of th" i Fiivrr htlm, my life. H'lr tnolher! I vow by tiiy life, to, to arcngt Before, the hrainnry 1 orold 1 c-im mo-t-ncv irith Gffftrv. thr l-r.-J, no? c-fihc Po rr-'J SOHTA.IU A.VD Governor j; is the only.Whip Govercor uic _ soliUrr and tXTrcscnUitivc izr-rz Govcapoa of the thsrty- Jht. frrm nUcr tnnihihU'm has wh tbe frcaent ttationsl AT. cpittph reads is'MJows-tt is cWch it Bdterper, tttre their both tht hung ra Englxnd yc-ars after the tUiiMvc error was over in this country.. Tbe icsn who beats the drum to tbf tnarrfi tirrr.'' is ncnv {rarniuj; u> the r.f rilcnlT." The p-vir fc'loir is on the C." Si in hie lf-ttf''." world to. I Whr. they me tbftt njaR BUI six heads in i Jt Ts-asa wmvrr TOKT pvot bv a Tf-tnnn io jv aKkedbcr. is rcT-Tird.''1 ranft I cvrntvltnirwTr nut I Wnlfflflrefa taking Gvdct Aarwori" t of ttwwtnktvf j ever- in Mr of tosfarg ctsto. r'"   

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